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  • Wastewater Management Products Documents on Water Online
    offer two proven grinder pump technologies to better meet your specific needs mdash progressive cavity or centrifugal hydraulics Service Training and Rentals 12 14 2015 Siemens Process Instrumentation Service group provides a highly skilled staff of competent trained engineers and specialists to provide service and support Gorman Rupp s 6500 Series Standard Horizontal End Suction Centrifugal Pumps 12 14 2015 6500 Series end suction centrifugal pumps are based on the proven technology of Gorman Rupp s Prime Aire and Prime Aire Plus priming assisted pump models The 6500 Series was designed to extend Gorman Rupp s end suction centrifugal pump offering and to better serve applications where a suction lift is not required A double volute mitigates shaft breakage and extends the life of the mechanical seals wear rings and bearings all while maintaining hydraulic efficiency while a side access port allows for easy access to pump interior for inspection and clean out while the pusher bolt capability assists in the removal of the suction flange Valve Positioners Precise and Intelligent 12 8 2015 For more than 30 years Siemens valve positioners have provided safe uninterrupted performance for process industries worldwide Our valve positioners control a broad range of pneumatic actuated rotary and linear valves and specialty tasks like damper drives with absolute reliability Siemens positioners meet changing market needs and expectations Head Transmitter 12 2 2015 SITRANS TH the smallest in our family suitable for everything from simple applications right up to PROFIBUS and Foundation Fieldbus Field Transmitter 12 2 2015 SITRANS TF is used where other transmitters can t cope One main point is its rating of IP67 Flygt Dri Prime Pumps The Benchmark For Reliability 12 2 2015 When there s fluid to move mdash and downtime is not an option mdash you want pumps you can

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  • Latest Insights on Wastewater Management Documents on Water Online
    the water industry s aging workforce reaches retirement With advances in simulation training software capable of getting new employees familiar with plant processes it may be an analog fear in the digital world Project Engineer vs Maintenance A Valve And Pump Enclosure Tug Of War 2 3 2016 Spec a pump enclosure once live with it for years Award Winning Videos On Stormwater Best Practices 2 2 2016 Unlike Hollywood big budget projects are hard to come by in public works So when it comes to stormwater the community relies on the combined efforts from an ensemble cast of characters to help prevent pollution as seen on StormTV Betting On Biogas A Wastewater Plant s Journey 2 1 2016 The Lancaster Area Sewer Authority s LASA recent 26 8 million upgrade to its lone wastewater treatment facility promises to reduce the plant s environmental footprint and save costs by emphasizing energy efficiency and allowing for biosolids reuse Surfing Our Way Through The Internet Of Things 1 29 2016 By nature I m a curious person and always looking at innovations outside of the water industry for inspiration in my daily work I recently came across an article talking about how AT T was embracing the idea of the Internet of Things and it was a real eye opener on how technology is evolving in our unseen daily interactions aside from iPhones and tablets Joining The Fight Against Flushables 1 27 2016 The flushables scourge has cost utilities all over the world millions of dollars and countless hours of maintenance Some groups are attacking the problem at its source Forecasting The Top 5 Water Trends In 2016 1 15 2016 As the dawn of 2016 emerges and we look forward to the year ahead it s instructive to engage in a

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  • Green Infrastructure Best Management Practices Data Sought
    Water Power Generation Water Reuse Utility Management AMR AMI and Metering Asset Management Consumer Outreach Funding Labor Resiliency SCADA Automation Source Water All Source Water Contamination Desalination Water Scarcity Water Reuse Regulations and Legislation Providers YSI a Xylem brand Hach Company Schneider Electric Neptune Technology Group Inc Evoqua Water Technologies Veolia Water Solutions Technologies ABB Measurement Products Aclara Jacobi Carbons Endress Hauser Inc KROHNE Inc Kaeser Compressors Inc Emerson Process Management Rosemount Analytical Degremont Technologies Brentwood Industries View All Providers News February 3 2016 Green Infrastructure Best Management Practices Data Sought The Water Environment Research Foundation WERF has recently funded an expansion of the International Stormwater Best Management Practices BMP Database to continue developing the Green Infrastructure practice data set This effort is part of a larger WERF initiative to expand consideration of innovative green infrastructure approaches to stormwater management The research team is accepting BMP performance studies for its 2016 upload through March 15 2016 Green Infrastructure includes a variety of practices that help to reduce the impacts of wet weather flows These practices typically incorporate natural and engineered features to reduce runoff rates and volumes as well as pollutant concentrations In addition to green infrastructure data monitoring data for fecal indicator bacteria are also sought To find out more about this process visit the project website to download the data entry spreadsheet package http www bmpdatabase org data entry html or contact Jane Clary clary wrightwater com with questions About The Water Environment Research Foundation WERF The Water Environment Research Foundation a nonprofit organization formed in 1989 is America s leading independent scientific research organization dedicated to wastewater and stormwater issues SOURCE The Water Environment Research Foundation WERF Like what you are reading Sign up for our free newsletter SIGN ME UP By clicking Sign Me Up you

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  • Wastewater Management News Documents on Water Online
    Federation WEF have signed an agreement to develop a National Green Infrastructure Certification Program aimed at promoting skilled individuals who will install inspect and maintain green infrastructure GI systems In addition the program will help support community based job creation in U S cities and establish national standards for professionals seeking to work on GI projects How Do Smart Cities Stay Smart 2 10 2016 Smart cities use a mix of information energy and social technologies for environmental sustainability economic prosperity and livability However they need to be not just smart but agile making technology choices that let citizens adapt and improve on solutions they implement recently according to Lux Research Another Utility Selects Progressive Water Treatment For Upgrade And Expansion Of Boiler Feedwater System 2 9 2016 OriginClear Inc a leading provider of water treatment solutions recently announced that its wholly owned subsidiary Dallas based Progressive Water Treatment Inc PWT was awarded a key contract valued at about 700 000 for upgrading and expanding a large boiler feedwater treatment system at a power plant in the Northeast Boulder CO Selects SCADAWatch For Real Time Operational Performance Monitoring And Reporting 2 9 2016 Innovyze a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for smart wet infrastructure recently announced that the City of Boulder Colorado has chosen the company s revolutionary SCADAWatch software solution to support mission critical network modeling applications supplement system performance monitoring in real time gain insight and drive operational improvements Franklin Electric Displays New Innovations At WWETT 2016 2 9 2016 Franklin Electric Co Inc a manufacturer of complete pumping systems will display two new pumping innovations at the WWETT 2016 Exhibition and Conference in Booth 2442 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis Indiana February 17 20 Guiding Principles For Securing Our Water Future

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  • Efficiency And Longevity Remain Key For Pumping Success
    Water Reuse Utility Management AMR AMI and Metering Asset Management Consumer Outreach Funding Labor Resiliency SCADA Automation Source Water All Source Water Contamination Desalination Water Scarcity Water Reuse Regulations and Legislation Providers YSI a Xylem brand Hach Company Schneider Electric Neptune Technology Group Inc Evoqua Water Technologies Veolia Water Solutions Technologies ABB Measurement Products Aclara Jacobi Carbons Endress Hauser Inc KROHNE Inc Kaeser Compressors Inc Emerson Process Management Rosemount Analytical Degremont Technologies Brentwood Industries View All Providers Video October 26 2015 Efficiency And Longevity Remain Key For Pumping Success Pump purchasing has evolved over the last decade Although single pump end of life replacement will always be part of the operational budget pump systems linked together by control systems and architected to obtain maximum efficiency are growing in popularity As Rob Montenegro Vice President of U S Sales for Grundfos explains in this exclusive Water Online video the Company has been investing heavily in its core product lines including the opening of a Chicago IL based assembly line for the Grundfos S and SL range of submersible wastewater pumps Montenegro also discusses Grundfos dosing high flow boosting and remote monitoring solutions and the family of brands that Grundfos represents Grundfos

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  • Wastewater Management Videos Documents on Water Online
    technology premium efficiency motors and intelligent controls to offer the ultimate in efficient clog free pumping Efficiency And Longevity Remain Key For Pumping Success 10 26 2015 Pump purchasing has evolved over the last decade Although single pump end of life replacement will always be part of the operational budget pump systems linked together by control systems and architected to obtain maximum efficiency are growing in popularity Benefits Of Process Monitoring Examined 10 21 2015 Wastewater analysis at the treatment plant has traditionally been conducted to monitor compliance with regulatory standards How Predicting Maintenance Reduces Operating Costs 10 20 2015 Predictive diagnosis takes online water quality monitoring to the next level allowing a plant manager to plan and predict maintenance work thereby reducing costly overtime and repair charges when things breakdown Real Time Control Takes Water Quality Monitoring To The Next Level 10 20 2015 As utilities look to do more with less and reduce the manpower required to run the plant real time control RTC allows customers to do more than simply monitor their water quality but actually control it Making Remote Asset Monitoring Work For You 10 14 2015 With operational budgets under continued pressure data capture from remote assets and its subsequent transmission and conversion into meaningful information is being widely accepted by the water and wastewater industry In this exclusive Water Online video Kerry Hoffman Regional Sales Manager for Telog discusses the types of assets that can be monitored how data is transmitted and the types of data application that are improving workforce and system efficiencies Partially Filled Pipe Measurement Explained 10 6 2015 The days of assuming flow rates based on maximum pipe capacity are slowly coming to an end It s A Bird It s A Plane It s SuperSCADA 9 14 2015 The

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  • 10 Years Later Is New Orleans Ready For The Next Katrina
    avoid a similar catastrophe when the next major hurricane strikes the report determined Readying The Perimeter To address the levee issue possibly the most visible failure when Katrina hit the U S Army Corps of Engineers USACE completed a Hurricane and Storm Damage Risk Reduction System for southeastern Louisiana in 2011 The project included the repair of 33 pump stations the storm proofing of 34 pump stations armoring of 420 transition spots where floodwalls meets levees and the use of 93 million cubic yards of borrow or levee clay In all the Greater New Orleans Perimeter System runs 133 miles plus 70 miles of interior defensive structures As of May 2015 the total program budget reached approximately 14 6 billion Gerry Gillen the executive director of the Orleans Levee District is charged with operating and maintaining the flood protection perimeter around Orleans Parish Eastbank The flood protection system as designed since Katrina is to prevent overtopping of a 100 year surge event he said Resiliency in the form of erosion protection has been added This includes armoring where there is a transition from a concrete floodwall to an earthen levee splash pads along the base of floodwalls and a high performance turf reinforcement mat incorporated into the protected side slope of the earthen levees While these reinforcements offer crucial flooding protection for residents and property the new system has its challenges and there is still room for improvement The operation and maintenance of the improved levees floodwalls and surge barrier structures is challenging in that the system requires more manpower and equipment to meet the federal operation and maintenance requirements Gillen said Additional challenges are future levee lifts required due to settlement and to increase the levee elevation to protect for greater than 100 year storms When The Water Seeps Through There will always be stormwater that is capable of circumventing a wall and finding its way into the city With that in mind the city s Department of Public Works DPW hopes to improve its stormwater management infrastructure The city s DPW is upgrading the drainage pipe system to manage a 10 year 24 hour storm on the streets Cedric Grant executive director of the Sewage and Water Board of New Orleans said Today street projects are reviewed to locate opportunities to add bioswales and green infrastructure bump outs The city has also expanded their allowable street details to include these and other green infrastructure features that retain detain and filter stormwater thereby reducing peak flow pressure to the pump stations DPW is also working to expand their accepted range of green infrastructure best management practices including pervious concrete test studies in the Lower Ninth War and a pervious asphalt parking lot in City Park In certain neighborhoods the city is reestablishing historic drainage swales in test areas which manage stormwater at the street level To prepare for the unwelcome but inevitable instance of interior flooding several agencies have worked to shore up the capacity of the drainage system

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  • Maintaining Data Acquisition Capabilities Through Storms Cyber Attacks
    Industrial Food Beverage Petroleum Refining All Petroleum Refining Produced Water Power Generation Water Reuse Utility Management AMR AMI and Metering Asset Management Consumer Outreach Funding Labor Resiliency SCADA Automation Source Water All Source Water Contamination Desalination Water Scarcity Water Reuse Regulations and Legislation Providers YSI a Xylem brand Hach Company Schneider Electric Neptune Technology Group Inc Evoqua Water Technologies Veolia Water Solutions Technologies ABB Measurement Products Aclara Jacobi Carbons Endress Hauser Inc KROHNE Inc Kaeser Compressors Inc Emerson Process Management Rosemount Analytical Degremont Technologies Brentwood Industries View All Providers From The Editor March 26 2014 Maintaining Data Acquisition Capabilities Through Storms Cyber Attacks By Laura Martin LauraOnWater Not all technology holds up during a weather emergency Electricity often fails communication methods are compromised and computer networks go offline Water utilities have to worry about how weather related technology failures will impact their ability to provide clean safe water to their communities One concern is maintaining the ability to collect water system data which is often essential to understanding the state of the system during and after an emergency Many wastewater and water distribution utilities rely on SCADA supervisory control and data acquisition systems to measure valve pump and life station performance tank levels system pressures sewer overflows nonrevenue water loss flow and more However SCADA requires a continuous channel of communications between the host computer and each remote terminal unit which can be compromised due to a loss of electricity or other technology failure Like what you are reading Sign up for our free newsletter SIGN ME UP By clicking Sign Me Up you agree to our Terms and that you have read our Privacy Policy Telog A Trimble Company Contact The Supplier Contact Details Company Profile MORE FROM Telog A Trimble Company Contact Details Company Name Telog A Trimble

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